The San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus toured the Bible Belt in an epic experiment in confronting fear.
The restaurant's Yelp page is now a hotbed of one-star reviews. But the owner insists she didn't do anything wrong.
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We spoke to Angel Altenhofel, one of Austin's longest-standing bartenders, about her thoughts on how Austin has changed, why her bar kicked out Willie Nelson, and how she landed this job between a funeral and a wake.
Life in the rural South two hundred years ago was tough, but snowstorms and blighted crops were nothing compared to the brutality of its version of no-holds-barred fighting.
Hampered by small budgets and larger institutional problems, once-proud HBCU football programs are Division I competitors in name only. Would they be better off dropping down to Division II?
In college football, tradition is everything, and the battle between historically black colleges Southern and Grambling State is a ritual unlike any other. Especially at halftime.
One Alhambra resident calls the noises "the booms." Another says they're "much too loud to be a firework."
In this extra scene, Kal Penn gets a history lesson in Southern heritage.